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Staff at St Augustine's Catholic Voluntary Academy in Stamford create Bruno Mars video for pupils




Teachers at a primary school have made a morale-boosting video for their pupils.

Staff members at St Augustine’s Catholic Voluntary Academy are seen holding up messages to the tune of Count On Me by Bruno Mars.

They posted it to their new Twitter page on May 15 and have received stacks of positive feedback from parents and children.

Headteacher Rachel de Wet and staff made a video for pupils at St Augustine's School in Stamford
Headteacher Rachel de Wet and staff made a video for pupils at St Augustine's School in Stamford

Headteacher Rachel de Wet said: “The song really summed up our message or support to all the children and their families.

“We’d seen other schools doing similar things around the country and wanted to do one as well. It’s good for the children to have sight of their teachers again too - they haven’t seen them for so long.

“It’s also a nice morale boost, for them and also for the staff! Everyone really enjoyed it.”

The school has been doing as much as it can to help the families and community at large, including foodbank deliveries.

One of the teaching assistants, Dawn Ellis, has also been making scrubs for NHS frontline workers.

Mrs de Wet added: “She’s a real whizz on a sewing machine and has done an amazing job.”

Dawn Ellis making scrubs
Dawn Ellis making scrubs

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